It’s Not a Sad Day in Chicago

29 06 2012


It’s a typical day in Chicago.


One day after a 7-year-old girl was gunned down as her mother watched while she sold lemonade in front of her West Side home, a ministers’ group is trying to persuade people to turn over the killer.

“It’s a sad day in Chicago,” said the Rev. Ira Acree of the Leaders Network ministry, which put up the $3,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the gunman who killed Heaven Sutton, 7, while she was with her mother and other family members outside of their home in the 1700 block of North Luna Avenue in the North Austin neighborhood.

After decades upon decades of the Big Chief Reverends of the Bellcurvius community demanding and getting weaker law enforcement out of racial solidarity, now they want the “killer” (I thought they were all victims?) to turn himself into the big bad evil white po-leeceseseses willingly.

I can solve this contradiction for you:  The Big Chief Reverends are angling for good PR.

The fatal gunshot was fired by a gangbanger who was aiming at a rival who apparently had stopped to buy lemonade.

Police Supt. Garry McCarthy said detectives know which gangs were involved in the shooting, and said he expects them to wrap up the investigation quickly.

Then why does he need to bother turning himself in if the cops are on the verge of making him?  I thought we weren’t supposed to make value judgments by calling people “gangbangers.”  You’ve got to consider his rough upbringing, and that his great(8)-grandfather was a slave.


Doer in custody.

And also, like I said, this is a typical day for Chocolatecago.


This doesn’t justify what happened to her, but the young vic was photographed flashing gang signs.




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